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How to be Anti-Racist in the Arts

Launch of the Creative Equity Toolkit

Digital Season | Free Stream | Presented by Diversity Arts Australia and the British Council

Time: Tuesday, 21st July 2pm AEST
Genre: Talks & Ideas

On Demand from: 21st July
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What does it mean to be an ally to people of colour? Why is it important to remove blackface from our streaming services? And what can the creative sector do to advance racial equity?

Diversity Arts Australia and the British Council are proud to host this timely conversation in partnership with Sydney Opera House to launch the Creative Equity Toolkit. 

Create NSW’s Senior Manager, Aboriginal Strategy and Engagement Peter White, writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law,  and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art’s Director Mikala Tai will take on these big questions in a conversation with Diversity Arts Australia Executive Director Lena Nahlous. 

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“With hundreds of thousands of people around the world, and locally, raising their voices against racism, the need for critical conversations and clear calls to action is more urgent than ever”
Lena Nahlous, Diversity Arts Australia Executive Director

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The Creative Equity Toolkit is supported by Creative Victoria, Create NSW and Western Sydney University. 

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